Hulk Hogan has still not inked a new contract with the WWE, it has been revealed.
The WWE revealed their stance to CBS Sports on Sunday.
The shamed wrestler has been re-instated into the organization's Hall Of Fame, but that is all for now.
RadarOnline.com broke the story that led to his suspension after he was caught on video making racial slurs.
Hogan – whose real name is Terry Gene Bollea – could be heard on the recording ranting negatively about African-Americans.
The infamous 63-year-old admitted to being a "racist, to a point" and using the 'N-word'on multiple occasions.
Hogan took to social media this weekend and announced via Twitter:
Just met with the @WWE Superstars and on all levels the volume of love and support was overwhelming. I've been praying for this day and I finally feel like I made it back home. Only Love 4 the#WWEUNIVERSE brother HH
He was suspended back in 2015 for three years but it now looks like the groundwork is being done to let him back into the fold in the future.
Hogan, a six-time WWE world heavyweight champion and six-time WCW world heavyweight champion, was originally inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame with the Class of 2005.
The WWE terminated its legends contract with Hogan on July 24, 2015, removing any mention of him from its website, including the hall of fame section.
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